Television programming released on DVD is gaining gradual acceptance among retailers, although many supermarkets still balk at the higher price points of box sets. Any kind of TV screening was once regarded as the end of the line for a video title. Retailers believed it would never rent or sell on video again. Yet, with the advent of DVD and its added features and lack of recording function, much has changed. Now, studios are releasing entire seasons of recently aired popular series. Many ...
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